[ig-zak-tuh] /ɪgˈzæk tə/
a type of bet, especially on horse races, in which the bettor must select the first- and second-place finishers in exact order.
a race in which such bets are made.
type of horse-racing bet, 1964, said to have originated in New York; from exact (adj.).
noun, Mathematics. 1. an expression that is the total differential of some function.
[ig-zakt] /ɪgˈzækt/ adjective 1. strictly accurate or correct: an exact likeness; an exact description. 2. precise, as opposed to approximate: the exact sum; the exact date. 3. admitting of no deviation, as laws or discipline; strict or rigorous. 4. capable of the greatest precision: exact instruments. 5. characterized by or using strict accuracy: an exact […]
[ig-zak-shuh n] /ɪgˈzæk ʃən/ noun 1. the act of ; extortion: the exactions of usury. 2. an amount or sum . /ɪɡˈzækʃən/ noun 1. the act or an instance of exacting, esp money 2. an excessive or harsh demand, esp for money; extortion 3. a sum or payment exacted n. late 14c., from French exaction, […]
[ig-zak-ting] /ɪgˈzæk tɪŋ/ adjective 1. rigid or severe in demands or requirements: an exacting teacher. 2. requiring close application or attention: an exacting task. 3. given to or characterized by ; extortionate. [ig-zakt] /ɪgˈzækt/ adjective 1. strictly accurate or correct: an exact likeness; an exact description. 2. precise, as opposed to approximate: the exact sum; […]